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Fed up with drugs that kill, unneeded surgeries, and fraud in the medical establishment? Interest in alternative medicine is rapidly increasing nationwide. Today's patients want to understand alternatives to surgery and drugs with their multiple, often serious side effects. Increasingly, patients want an active role in their medical care. You can now opt for alternative therapies; but expert guidance is needed. FACT, FICTION & FRAUD in Modern Medicine provides such guidance and exposes fraud and corruption.

The author, Dr. Thomas A. Dorman, is not popular with the medical "in crowd." This no-nonsense physician, a former paratrooper, refuses to bow and scrape to the "party line," and he surely does not beat around the bush! He is a physician who is squarely on your side. His aim is to educate you . . . and to teach you how to make vital health-care decisions for yourself and your loved ones.
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